randomisation


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Synonyms for randomisation

a deliberately haphazard arrangement of observations so as to simulate chance

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The study had pre-randomisation (4-week screening, 4-8-week baseline) and randomisation (4-week titration, 13-week maintenance, 4-week follow-up) phases.
According to Professor Hypponen, "Mendelian randomisation helps to determine cause and effect because by using genetic data we can better avoid confounding, reverse causation, and bias.
They used a randomised controlled trial with general practices as the unit of randomisation and analysis.
What can mendelian randomisation tell us about modifiable behavioural and environmental exposures?